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very much. .. [applause] >> well, thank you. my presentation is about the mars exploration rovers, which were twin robotic laboratories that began operating -- you're working on the feedback -- eight years ago on mars, one of which is still being used to explore the martian surface today. and as of course most of you know, i am sure, curiosity, another rover, and landed a few weeks ago and i have a few words to say about that at the end of my presentation. so, my story is about how people relate to these robotic systems. the mars exploration mission also known as mer or m-e-r challenges the way we think about raybould since this exploration. it provides a new way of understanding how computer tools and a proper social organization could be orchestrated to extend to human capabilities. but for over 40 years we have been exploring other planets and their moons with robotic spacecraft. with their flying by beautiful neptune's like voyager in the 1970's orbiting saturn or approving mars like mer, the spacecraft must be computer controlled because the communications of time delay at th
. and this experience of being on mars is essential to the success of the mission. it enables them to actually do field science. to know what rocks and soils are nearby and what they can reach or how long it might take somewhere, the use a combination of 3-d images, computer graphics, and simulations often overlaying them. these visualizations allow them to point to places, give them names, and control precisely where new photographs are taken and where the instruments are placed. so for example, they can draw a yellow box to specify where a camera should zoom in for a more detailed image. each photograph can be used like a map of an area on mars, because its location relative to the rover is precisely registered in the planning program. as we move him from panoramas used for navigating it manages about crops to the micro photographs, we can see and market up details. even small rocks and patches of soil might be named and become targets for analysis or a micro photographs. combining these planning tools in their imagination, the scientists can work as if they were on mars. jim rice, a geologist on a m
control the mars exploration rovers from nasa's jet propulsion laboratory and the experiments they're conducting. it's about an hour, 15. [applause] >> thank you. my presentation today is about the mars exploration rovers which are twin robotic laboratories that began operating, working on mars. one of which is still being used to explore the martian surface today. so my story is about how people relate to these robotic systems. the mars exploration rover mission, also known as mer, challenges how we usually think about the role of robots in space exploration. it provides a new way of understanding how computer tools and a proper social organization can be orchestrated to extend human capabilities. for over 40 years, we have been exploring other planets and their moons with robotic spacecraft. whether flying by beautiful blue neptune like voyager in the 1970s, orbiting saturn or roving mars like mer. these spacecraft must be computer controlled because the communication time delay at the speed of light and their great distance makes it impractical to control them directly from weat
-- or they opportunity for input. so with that, we do urge your support on this legislation. >> chair mar: thank+ ó@ you. i know that there's two car they're on geary boulevard. there's a shell station and a hand wash(ec so sunset has none at all. can i ask,b-fay ms. tang, are te four sites owned by smallerzu5 merchants? i'm just curious because i know that gas stations are having a hard time rightykt3v now with -d of clean air regulations, and many other cha!h!i)es. but are these larger stations, merchants? >> two of them are shell believe and two are chevrons the quair footage requirement but i believe they are family operated. thank you. so seeing no other questions, let's open this up for public comment. isç]/[gñ there anyone else frome public that would like to speak? seeing none, public closed. supervisorçsÑ9 olague. >> supervisor olague: no additional comments. >> chair mar: colleagues, can positive -- supervisor >> supervisor wiener: thank you. i'm supportive of this legislation. and i actually think it raises a hear that there are no car other side of town ?mch5 >> it would establish a cit
to complete0j enhancements of the playground. >> chair mar: thank3ísg if there are no questions, colleagues, let's open this up for public comment. is there4÷m that would like to speak? closed. colleagues, can we move this forward with a positive recommendation? withoutmçmk ms. miller, please call item 2. >> alisa miller: item 2, resolutiong+w,ñ authorizing a retroactive acceptance of a grant from san francisco park alliance for windmill project phase 3. >> chair mar: thank you. grant that i'm the sponsor of. and we have dan mauer?ç÷;j frome recreation and parks department. this is windmills, one of two, that are park. mr. mauer. >> good afternoon, board members,&rj department. the yft is an accept and expend $513,000, 375 come from[?kcñ the gordon moorelÑ foundation. these funds will be]o< coupled with open space funds tj complete the phase of three phase project. it is open.a.0p and operational. these funds will be used to and other interpretivepe educational exhibits which will complete"f i know there is tremendous support from the dutch -- whenst the huge crane came and putw< th
area at lafayette park. >> chair mar: thishna sponsored by supervisor mark farrell. i believe we havex$r] from> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you for having me hear today. i workf/ç4u on the san francisco recreation and park department's partnership team. i-w often work with the park alliance with various friends group. the friends ofsuf3o lafayette park playground have worked incredibly hard to raise additional'' play area at lafayette park. the playground will be by bond money as well as the private money, andp pay for special bolders that are part of the design construction documents, and cash gift, to pay theh contractor to complete0j enhancements of the playground. >> chair mar: thank3ísg if there are no questions colleagues, let's open this up for public comment. is there4÷m that would like to speak? seeing none, public comment8ów is closed. colleagues, can we move this forward with a positive recommen
at the intersection of]b zoning. that concludes my presentation thank you. >> chair mar: i see no questions. let's open this up for public- comment. is there anyone from the public that would like to speak?ç katy tang. >> i'm here to offer our legislation currently in this form. again as planning mentioned it wouldu&b stations on 19th avenue, two of which now-vk fall in ourg district after redistricting. we believe that this legislation will give residents andbbsi merchants in the area the ability to actually weigh in on whether they would like a car washúx$h,÷ not. as you know on the west side of we believe this legislation will be a great vehicle for them -- there will be the cu requirements if certain conditions are met that they can say yes ory> way back when, we had asked project sponsors to meet with our neighbors and+ associations so we appreciate that they did try to reach out. but given the fact thisr legislation wasn't in place back then the neighbors didn't have a say as to whether -- or they opportunity for input. so with that, we do urge your support on this legislation. >> chair
to conclude by saying that we support this ordinance very strongly. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. next speaker. >> my name is laura allen. i am here to speak in support of the non potable water use ordinance encouraging the use of non potable water towards a sustainable future. these water use projects in the past have impeded implementation of water systems -- water saving systems. in addition to this important first step, i believe that san francisco should plan to require these systems in the future. with climate change and an uncertain future water supply, we need to take new steps to conserve and reuse water. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. is there anyone else who like to speak? if there's anyone else, please lineup. we will close public comment in a moment. >> good afternoon. i am the chief inspector ed dbi. we're in support of the servant ordinance. we would like to see education from the industry out reach more to the industry is so they can know what is coming forward. i get a lot of different people asking when this is coming forward? we reuse gray water, blackwater, w
for questions. thank you. >> chair mar: also have regina dick intri, director from the office of small business with us as well. supervisor wiener? so why don't we ask if -- actually, ms. bose or ms. -- did you have any remarks at all? >> good afternoon, chair mar, supervisors. the small business commission heard this matter on june 11th, and it did -- its recommendation is to approve with recommendations, and our recommendation. one of the recommendations is in the current form of the legislation with a policy credit, which our office did work on with oawd in the transit sustainability project. so the small business commission's final recommendation would be to approve this piece of legislation. and we're pleased with the policy credit for small businesses. >> chair mar: thank you. ms. bose, did you have any remarks? >> thank you, supervisors. nothing more than what alicia said but i do want to reiterate we're very supportive of this because it's one of the ways we fund our system. so we do want you to approve this. thank you. >> chair mar: thank you. now, let's open this up for public commen
with some science. >> love it. >> let's get down with space. lots of people talking about mars in the last month. as we know mars looks like this. kind of not the best looking place. not a place where you think you might want to move to or be able to live. some scientists believe that mars used to look like this. to tell us what happened we have our science man zach. >> hey, what up, zach? >> hello. >> we know this is only just a theory, but some scientists believe that mars at one time had an atmosphere like earth. >> the idea is billions of years ago mars had a thick atmosphere that was much like earth. their idea is that sputtering occurred and sputtering happens because little light packets called photons, light emitted from the sunmashes into molecules in th atmosphere. mol electron and become ions. because these ions are now charged they're susceptible to magnetic fields which solar winds have, so these solar winds come, pass by mars and can actually take the ions along with them. this new mission is looking to observe the atmosphere on mars to see how mars may have lost its atmosphe
are here with supervisor mar, who was elected in 2008 and is about halfway through his first term. we will get to know them and talk about the toughest issues they have been facing. welcome, supervisor. thank you for joining us. let's start by talking about your background, where you grew up. >> i grew up in sacramento, california, in the south area. went to public schools. ended up in uc-davis. made my way out to san francisco when i was a college student, and i sat in the class is in san francisco state as well, and i remember growing up at that time around clement street. we call the richmond district the new chinatown in the 1980's at that time. just being around the tremendous unique neighborhood, and discovering san francisco in the 1980's as i grew up, but i also have been very active as a community organizer. i worked in chinatown, and some first jobs also at the mental health center in the richmond area multi services in the 1980's, and i was also a staff are at the chinatown youth center -- i was also a staffer. a lot of my work has been supporting community empowerment, esp
. >> the motion has passed. colleagues, why don't we go to our 3:30 special order, supervisor mar, apologies to the individuals who have been waiting but i do understand supervisor mar has certain accommodations. >> i should say that both of the accommodation people have left, so we were expecting to todd david and the [inaudible] but mr. david had to leave because of yom kippur and ms. parker had an ill child, but i just wanted to say that this week is support public schools week and there's a critical fundraising effort that a number of parent groups are involved in, led by the organization ed match and a critical time is right now to support our schools, also i wanted to just say that in my introductory remarks, i will be talking a little bit more about how people can support not just the richmond district schools but all the schools throughout the city. thank you. >> thank you, president chiu >> item 25 was considered by the economic and land development committee was considered, and forwarded to the board as a committee record, it's an ordinance ordering the summer vacation of a public
recommendation. >> chair mar: can we do this without objection, colleagues? thank you. thank you. ms. miller, please call our last item. >> alisa miller: item no. of, ordinance amending the park code to repeal subsection(b) demonstrating or soliciting in certain city parks while other events are in progress. >> chair mar: supervisor wiener. >> supervisor wiener: thank you. this legislation repeals section 74.8(d) of the parks code which is outdated. this section applies to permitted events in seven parks in our city and provides specified locations where protests may occur. the implication being that they cannot occur anywhere else in the park. in the 30 years since the board of supervisors adopted this section, the configuration of these parks have changed, in some cases quite dramatically. as a result, this section is not only updated but it's difficult for park patrol and police officers to enforce it. for example, the section refers to a fountain in civic center that no longer exists, and it places a designated public assembly area for dolores park in the middle of the tennis courts, or
.org. >> next, the senate science committee holds a hearing on the future of nasa's mars rover. it landed on the red planet august 5, and we will hear testimony from scientists leading the mission. it is a little more than two hours. >> i was waiting to see the arrival time of senator hutchinson. what we will do is go ahead and get some of the introductions done so that when she arrives, we will be able to get right into the meat i want to thank everyone for being here in what will be an extraordinary hearing. it is interesting that today is the fifth and it -- 50th anniversary of president kennedy's speech, where he said, "we choose to go to the moon." that bold challenge would be met within seven years. when niel -- neil stepped down that lunar lander latter, it was one of the country's proudest and most vivid in moments -- ridding -- riveting moments, a reminder of how triumph can unite our nation. i happened to be a lieutenant at the time of broad, and i saw that unification of the people of planet earth at that time. we reflected on such a triumph earlier this summer when curiosity l
is probably a few hundred meters away him a spot on mars that was formed in water. john grotzinger testified in a hearing that also looked at the future of nasa's manned space program. this is just over two hours. >> get some of the introductions done so that when she arrives that we would be able to get right into the meat of the hearing. i want to thank everybody for being here in what is going to be an extraordinary hearing. it's interesting that today is the 50th anniversary of president kennedy's speech at rice university where he said, we choose to go to the moon. and that bold challenge would be met within seven years. and when neil stepped down at lunar landing ladder at the surface, it was one of the countries proudest and most riveting moments. it was an event the reminded us how triumphs can unite people of our nation and, indeed, i happened to be a lieutenant at the time abroad, and i saw that unification of the people of planet earth at that time. and we reflected on such triumph earlier this summer when curiosity landed on mars, and we reflected on the ingenuity and talent that
and evaporate. >> big dog gets an ear scratchin'. ♪ ♪ >>>uriosity landed on mars backn au wouldn't it be amazing to see what it would be like to land on mars if you were like strapped to curiosity as it was descending. >> yeah. a guy named bards tried to create that moment. this is curiosity in real time, descending to mars and what bards did is took the original four-framed per second footage from curiosity's landing and then he enhanced it with smooth motion technology and also enhanced it, detail enhanced it. it took him four weeks to create an actual constant motion, beautifully colored, almost 3d experience of curiosity landing on mars. >> this is all real? >> yes. >> i'm looking at mars? >> you're looking at mars right now. here's a comparison, side by side, of the actual nasa footage and his enhanced footage. >> has nasa approved of this? >> according to bards, people have reached out to him from jpl, the jet propulsion laboratory, part of nasa, saying wow, this footage is really incredible. he even claims that one of the people said hey, can we use this for marketing? >> i think bards ma
. supervisor mar, aye. supervisor olague, aye. supervisor wiener, aye. supervisor avalos, aye. supervisor campos, aye. >> clerk calvillo: there are 11 ayes. >> president chiu: resolution is adopted. item 19. >> clerk calvillo: item 19, resolution authorizing the public utilities commission to accept and expend the department of water resources administered grant in the amount of approximately $863,000 for a high efficient toilet installation program. >> president chiu: same house, same call. this resolution is adopted. >> the clerk: item 20, resolution establishing rent and term for a second extension and confirming a sublease extension with the unified school district for real property on mission street for general assistant services from the human services agency. >> president chiu: same house, same call this resolution is adopted. >> clerk calvillo: item 21, resolution to consider the issuance of perform adges to the rocksie theater located at 2117, 16th street will serve the public convenience. >> president chiu: supervisor kim. >> supervisor kim: i want to amend motion 21. we've rece
. >> call a roll call vote. president clench? >> yes. >> commissioner lee? >> yes. >> commissioner mar? >> yes. >> commissioner mccarthy? >> yes. >> commissioner mccurry? >> yes. >> commissioner walker? >> yes. >> the motion carries unanimously. item number 2, case no. 760 16 54 haight street, appellant [speaker not understood]. action requested by appellant, appellant has requested additional time to complete the work. >> for the address 16 54 haight street, 2011, 52 853, the evaluation is to a permit was issued, evaluation, accessability issues, that permit expired. the date we renewed the permit, the work isn't finished yet. so, we would recommend that you uphold the order of abatement and impose assessment of costs. i did get a call from the representative of the appellant. the appellant [speaker not understood] members of the family were not able to attend today. the representative stated that they would comply with whatever decision you make today. thank you. >> commissioner walker? >> what is your estimate of time for them to complete the work for the permit? >> when they origin
to mars. like with people. that's an uncommon view among my colleagues. my astrophysics colleagues by and large maybe tree to one ratio see no value in sending humans in to space. now that sentiment, by the way is held by an entire generation of my colleagues who grew up in the 1960s wanting to become a scientist because of the manned program. and so there's a little bit of hypocrisy there. i have taken them to task on it. not only that, it's in any judgment politically naive to think that nasa is simply your private science funding agency. more on that later. so i said to myself, how much would it cost to go to nasa it let's say it costs me to go to mars. let's say it costed a half of a billion. but say cost a half of trillion dollars. what's the factor of 1,000 between friends here? half of a trillion friends i would say. or even a trillion. that's expensive. that's a lot of money. actually, it's a small% age of our budget when spread out over many years. nonetheless, it's a lot of money. and so for this chapter, whey said to myself, is i'm going to go back throughout the history
magnificent opportunity rover has done on mars and eight and a half years you could do in a good week, week and a half, something like that. so what humans can do in the way of science on the surface of mars far surpasses what can never be done in my view by these wonderful rovers that i in so many of us here have devoted our careers to building and operating so i see sls, heavy lift and the ability to get humans beyond lower earth orbit is fundamental to some of the most important planetary science we have ahead of us. >> senator hutchison and i might say that senator hutchison was key as we have worked through the design of the nasa authorization bill to make the system evolvable so that it starts out what we have, the funds in the capability for now but it can grow to whatever the needs of the mission are. >> well thank you. that was certainly a joint effort and the purpose was to have the technology and the shuttle that is going to go to the space station that would be transferable to the launch vehicle with orion so that we maximize efficiency with our taxpayer dollars and that is what
. supervisor farrell, aye. supervisor kim, no. supervisor mar, no. supervisor olague, no. supervisor wiener, aye. supervisor avalos, no. supervisor campos, no. >> clerk calvillo: there are four ayes and seven nos. >> president chiu: motion to continue fails. and unless there's any discussion, why don't we -- supervisor wiener. >> supervisor wiener: i just wanted to state that in terms of what appears to be just the only dispute is in the first two, the third amendment, plus supervisor kim's amendment appear to be uncontroversial, in terms of the disputed amendments, i will not be supporting them because i do not believe that i have enough information to -- given how quickly this has all unfolded to know whether this is something that is possible to implement. it might be but i just don't know and i don't feel comfortable voting for an amendment where i don't know if it's feasible or if it's a poison pill. >> president chiu: any further discussion, colleagues? so why don't we take the amendments in the order they were made. first were amendments made by supervisor kim and with the technical
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involved. and look forward to good result on that front. thank you. >> president chiu: supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar: thank you. i love the roxie as well but i wanted to remind my colleagues that we have two incredible independent theaters, the balboa theater and the four star, as supervisor olague mentioned but also the bridge theater that's in supervisor farrell's district. i'm glad that supervisor kim is using kind of her efforts and supervisor wiener as well to support small businesses-like theaters. i used to have a beer and pizza at parkway theater in oakland so i would cross the bridge to be able to hold my then baby and have alcohol but also with a family environment too. i'm hoping the roxie keeps it as a family environment too but i'm not so sure. i know that as we look at how small businesses can try to survive, finding different types of diverse types of food and drink kind of in different establishments is critical. so i'm really supportive of this and have been talking with the different theater owners from four star to balboa about ways to enhance their small busine
. >> there was no public comment. >> okay. >> president clench? >> yes. >> commissioner lee? >> yes. >> commissioner mar? >> yes. >> commissioner mccarthy? >> yes. >> commissioner mccray? >> yes. >> commissioner walker? >> yes. >> the motion carries unanimously. item e, new appeals. case no. 67 62, 333 3 26th street, [speaker not understood] appellant lucerosllc. the appellant is requesting more time to complete work to abate the offsetting code violation. >> good morning, mr. president, commissioners. [speaker not understood] inspection housing division. this case no. is 67 62, 33 23 sixth street deals with replacement of rear stairways for a three-unit building that is presently unoccupied. actually, the staff is granting the property owner -- requesting the property owner be given more time to complete the work as of september. they were able to submit plans which were approved and they were able to obtain the building permit to start construction, which they started a week ago. staff feels that by the end of this month the property owner will satisfy the notice of violation and complete the work. >>
to take a moment and thank my colleagues -- our colleague, supervisor mar, and -- for their cosponsorship. the rest i will submit. >> angela calvillo: thank you, mr. president. supervisor campos. >> supervisor campos: thank you, madam clerk. i wasn't planning on saying anything today, but after watching the exchange in question time today, i think it's only appropriate for us to say -- for me to say something about that. i appreciate the question from supervisor carmen chu, but i don't know that i'm the only one who feels this way about question time. but my own personal view is that question time is no longer working. i don't know that it ever really worked. i think that it's too scripted. and from my perspective, the intent of question time when it was first brought forward and first talked about was to engage in a meaningful discussion between the board of supervisors and the mayor. and i think that the way that it's currently structured in my view, i don't think that that meaningful discussion is really taking place. so i'm certainly interested in pursuing and exploring different ways
[ reading speakers' names ] >> thank you supervisor mar. hello everybody. my name is sal and i'm the owner and operator of the market for the past 28 years. i'm here to just due to the fact that big retail stores and formula stores will do an extremely detrimental impact on the city here. we have, as you mentioned walgrens and cvs and they used to be only drugs, but right now you walk in and it's food. the city approved for the past two years two targets in the city and one might think target is a clothing store, but it's not. they are a big-box store and their main purpose is to sell food and this will impact small business in san francisco. i will give you an example of what big-box stores do as far as competition. we were selling muni passes for the past over 20 years and then walgreens took over. the city gave it to the contractor and gave it to walgreens and i tried about a year and a half until now to get it back, but they won't. right now if you go throughout the city, you will see clipper cards only at walgreens. after doing the city the service of over 25 years, we cou
? >> yes. >> commissioner mar? >> yes. >> commissioner mccarthy? >> yes. >> commissioner mccray? >> yes. >> and commissioner walker? >> yes. >> that motion carries unanimously. item f, rehearing request, case no. 6 757, 130 bueler street, [speaker not understood], san francisco, california. [speaker not understood] 67 57 previously addressed by the abatement appeals board on june 20th, 2012. >> again, this is 130, 132 bueler street. it came up and it was already heard one time. there was a granting of the order of abatement, so forth. the property owner was given a time frame to complete the work. the property owner has now requested to rehear the abatement appeals again, but in the meantime has requested a delay due to the holidays, requested a delay for this hearing due to the holidays. it was put in writing and it was approved already. by mr. sweeney. >> commissioner mar? >> did she move? >> getting any permits or apply for any permits or anything? >> she has not applied for any permits. >> i have a question for counsel. does the rehearing request stay our action? >> i believe it doe
for everything you've done. >> [applause.] >> president chiu: supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar: i was going to tip my hetch hetchy glass to you, ed. but i wanted to say that a number of my colleagues have mentioned your heart. and i just wanted to say that supervisor campos mentioned the work with the school district but when i was president of the board you helped us avert a strike. you reached out to me personally and many of us within the school district to really, around the clock as well, his 24/7, pretty much to offer yourself and your services for the children and for our school district. but i never forgot that. it's been an honor to work with you. i know you've probably worked with many people in your 28 years in the city. but one thing i wanted to thank you for too was community benefits and environmental justice policy that the puc passed. i know with juliet and many ours but your visionary leadership is so tremendous, you're brilliant. i'm glad i was able to work with you for a few years. i'll continue to say it was an honor to serve with ed harrington and look forward to more y
offered. >> chu? >> aye. >> cohen. >> aye. >> als burned. aye. >> kim. >>ite. >> mar. >> aye. >> mar, aye. >> supervisor olague. >> no. >> weiner, aye. >> avalos. >> no. >> no. >> come pose, no >> president chu? >> aye. >> chu. aye. >> there are 8 aye and three nos. >> the amendment passes and on supervisor olague's amendment? >> supervisor chu? >> no. >> cohen. >> no. >> els burn. >> no. >> far el. >> no >> kim. >> aye. >> supervisor mar? >> no. >> olague? >> aye. >> supervisor weiner? >> no. >> avalos. >> aye. >> comp os. >>ite aye. >> chu. >> four eyes and 7 nos. the motion to amend fails and on the underlying ordinance as amended. >> roll call. >> supervisor chu? >> aye. >> aye. >> supervisor cohen. >> aye. >> als burn. >> aye. >> fer ill. >> aye. >> kim. >> no. >> mar. >> aye. >> olague. >> no >> weiner. >> aye. >> avalos. >> no. >> camp os no. >> chu. >> aye. >> the ordinance is passed in the first reading as amended. >> colleagues, if we could take a couple of items out of order, related to the reappointments to the public utilities commission, i understand that there is a 4:00 iss
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